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Wasatch Roller Derby

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Wasatch Roller Derby

Wasatch Roller Derby
League logo
Metro area Salt Lake City, UT
Country United States
Founded 2008
Teams Midnight Terror (A team)
Bonneville Bone Crushers (B team)
Black Diamond Divas
Hot Wheelers
Salt Flat Fallouts
Track type(s) Flat
Venue Derby Depot
Affiliations WFTDA
Website .comwasatchrollerderby

Wasatch Roller Derby (WRD) is a roller derby league based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Founded in 2008, the league currently consists of three home teams, and two travel teams which compete against teams from other leagues.

Originally emerging from the Salt City Derby Girls,[1] Wasatch joined the Women's Flat Track Derby Association Apprentice Program in October 2009,[2] and were accepted as full WFTDA members in June 2010.[3] The league founded the Wasatch Junior Rollers, a junior roller derby team, and have close links with the men's league, Uinta Madness.[4] By January 2012, they were described as the biggest league in Salt Lake City.[5] In 2013 the WFTDA transitioned from a region based ranking system to an overall ranking system. WRD entered the new ranking at 20th in March of 2013.[6]

Season Q4 ranking[7] Regionals Championship
2011 17 DNQ DNQ


  1. ^ Alex Noshirvan, "Roller derby: Girls roll into Taylorsville", Salt Lake City Tribune, 8 June 2010
  2. ^ "Apprentice Leagues", WFTDA [version of 16 November 2009]
  3. ^ "WFTDA welcomes 11 new members, adds new regions", WFTDA, 17 June 2010
  4. ^ "Teams", Wasatch Roller Derby
  5. ^ "Roller Derby: Wasatch Roller Derby vs. Uinta Madness", Salt Lake City Weekly, 21 January 2012
  6. ^ "Current Rankings", WFTDA, 15 March 2013
  7. ^ "Current Rankings", WFTDA
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